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question keeponrockinprs : How do I train my jack russell pot Ok, so I have a 10 month old Jack Russell terrier puppy. I decided to form his pot because my family is not in him and it is very annoying. Last week, ive taken for a walk every day, but she only peed on walks. We really want to take him to poop on walks outside. We can not “train box” because she hates going in his cage and wails and moans until we let her out. Walking, she will are really long, and she sniffs a lot, but piss that time. We let out a lot, but we do not see his shit. shit And then, we find in the morning and all that. What can we do to stop pooping in the house, and how it make out? Best answer: Response

by jlynn8587
The best way is to train body. You must ignore the whining because ultimately it s’ stops. She keeps whining because she knows you will eventually let out. Crate training is the best because if that’s where she sleeps, she will not go to the bathroom inside. She will quickly learn the first time she did. 1 year I JR and did not poop inside from the first week or two we got her within 8 weeks

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  • You really need to stay firm with her and she will eventually give in!

  • you should have started potty training earlier. I started with my dog ​​when he was like 2 months and it never goes to the house and hes only 10 months. what we did was that every time we go to the house grabbed him say it, and take it outside. We also planned puppy pee pads by the door. and he did not trouble to go to them. eventually you will be able to remove the pads and your dog will go to the door when he needs to go potty.

  • I have a jack russell too and I had the same problem trying to give her plenty of water and once it has finished to see if shes acting at all different it could be a sign that she should go my dogs come to me and they act like they want more attention than they usually walk to the door of another thing they do is to breathe with your mouth open socket is probably just different check him / her every time they drink water and try to get wee wee pads they have something that makes them want to pee even if you step into anything seize and to take the shit / pee say no and then take them to the wee wee pads or newspaper and say good dog here and make sure they feel, then take them to the accident and say no evil take them bac again the newspaper or pee pad and we say good dog and pet and make sure they know they are supposed to go to every time and once they get hit of it and they finally go to the journal wee / wee pad to give them as much praise as you can, so when they do not go out of his shit probably because you have not found the precise location they generally seek a place and they always go, for example, my shots found their place and it is a gap all I have to do is to take the gap every day and they fuck I then take them to a tree, they pee and walk a bit to go inside hope this helped

  • When my puppy is not learning, I do not blame the dog, I reassess. The protest against the box, which is normal, do not engage. Play a soothing CD or radio until she fell asleep. Use your orders, you really need to tell him what you want it to do, and make sure it does. You should go with her when she goes potty, she is too young to be in charge of cleaning itself. You need to tell him what to do, and make sure you see it done, and make a lot of noise when she does, she can continue to do so. Use the bell method. I use a crate * to potty train with, but only for potty training and then I break it down and store it. I put blankets and a small plate of food and water in the crate. Dogs are not potty where they eat and sleep. When they are first little, I only expect them to hold their potty for 4 hours, and then 6 hours, then 8 hours and so on. So when they are first little, I set a timer or alarm clock to wake me up at night to take them * out. I do not allow my puppy in the bedroom * or the living room, one room at a time. They must pass more space. If I allow them to have full run of the house, it will submerge. I take the same door each time. I attach a dinner bell to the door handle. Do not use a jingle bell as they could get their foot caught in it. So when they are little, I ring the bell for them, and then open the door to go * outside to potty. When they get bigger, I take their paw and beat the bell and open the door to go potty. Finally, go to the place where the puppy will ring the bell and let me know when they need to go potty. Dogs want to please you, it is your duty to let them know what behaviors please you and what does not. So when my puppy goes potty, I give her a treat *, and clap, and make a fuss and praise her. Thus, she learns that out of the pot that makes me happy. If she has an accident, his disgust as “TSST” and take it immediately. I never yell * or spank * my puppies. Take them out when they wake up, after eating or drinking, before nap, finish romping, when their activities change, or when they are sniffing. Some puppies go pee right away, but may not go poop until 10 minutes later, so wait for the poop. I have a little play time here, because sometimes I think they are done, and they are not. Puppies train at their own pace. While I may have a puppy that has not had an accident in several weeks, I do not let my guard down. I do not expect my puppies to be “fully potty trained” until one year. If they have a setback, shake it, and start over. I only have my puppies in the crate when I ‘m not looking at them. When I sleep, cooking, ironing, doing chores, basically when I am not watching it. All other times, she is out of the cage practice being a “big girl.” C ‘ is the time I train them how to behave in the house. So we are practicing “no barking”, ‘no biting “,” no jumping “, and” do not eat the furniture. “I also practice the “indoor play” if it does not knock over things. You must keep the puppy in sight when they are little because they do not know the difference between newspaper and carpet, and you do not want them sneaking off tension and get into trouble. Some puppies can sleep through the night around 3-months-old, but their bladder is grown around 6-months-old. REVISIONS: * I use a CRATE to train with. C ‘ is the method I prefer, compared to other methods I’ve tried. I noticed that if they are in the crate, while I am doing chores, they are ok, because the crate allows them to see me and be reassured. The body can also be a comfort when stored in the basement for dogs who live in areas where thunderstorms and tornados are an issue .. However, use of the method that works best for you ….. a laundry basket, a cardboard box, a woof woof house, x-pen, child wears, what works for you. * OUTSIDE, pee pad, litter box, whichever method you use. When the puppy is first little, keep the pee pad, litter box near the food dish and water, so the puppy can eat and drink, and then go potty . away you can as they age. pee pad The perfume that smells and initiates potty. Sometimes a pee pad makes a sound that scares some puppies, so you might want to use a litter box if this happens. pee pad allows the puppy to walk around, but a litter box keeps the puppy in one place. * BEDROOMS, I use the bedroom and living room for training, because it works for I. Choose rooms that work for you, but watch for rooms that are damp, or drafty. During my puppies sleep in the bedroom during training, once they are trained, I let them sleep where they want. they do not have to sleep in the bedroom forever. * Treaty. Though I use treats for training, you do not have to. I like Charlee Bears for training (a pirate for a few small mouth), I use them for training, but once they are formed, I cut back. * Some puppies will go potty in the same place every time. Some puppies have to be told to go potty. A command like “go out” for pee, or “go finish” for poop, might work for you, keep saying “go finish” until the puppy poops. This is a good thing to train if you travel with your dog. By using commands, the puppy will not get confused when you are visiting someone, on vacation with you, or when you get to a new home. The command will tell them what you want them to do in an unfamiliar place. You can also use a leash method, so the puppy does not sneak off, or for strange places. * Yelling. This is not good idea to “yell” or “spank” your puppy and take them outside when they have an accident. They may get confused and think that going out is a punishment. So you want to correct them, if you are extreme, they do not want to go outside again. Shake and resume your program. You need to keep it real. Puppies train at their own pace, but a puppy can only hold their potty for a few hours. A guide would be 1 hour for each month of age, plus 1 hour, so a puppy of three months should be expected to hold their potty for 4 hours at plus.SOURCE: The tips, tricks and ideas have been made from many brilliant minds. Thank you for your help!

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